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LIVING GUIDELINES ON THE RESPONSIBLE USE OF GENERATIVE AI IN RESEARCH PUBLISHED

Publication date:
3 months 3 weeks ago

Generative AI tools, such as ChatGPT, are disrupting many different activities, including research, and will continue to do so. While these tools are powerful and useful for some tasks, they present challenges and limitations that users need to be aware of.

The European Commission, along with the countries and stakeholders represented in the ERA Forum, decided to jointly develop a set of recommendations that could provide simple and actionable guidance to the European research community to foster the adoption of the technology in a responsible manner.

The guidelines launched today are the result of this joint effort. They aim to consolidate different ideas and establish directions that can reassure those who use generative AI in the scientific domain.

These guidelines will be updated regularly to keep pace with the very fast technological development in this area. The research community is encouraged to contribute their views and ideas on how to enhance future versions through the feedback form.

Living Guidelines on the responsible use of generative AI in research (Factsheet)

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